Jasmine Saison

ABV: 4.5%IBU: 22SERVING TEMP: 3-5°C
INGREDIENTS: Water, Malted Barley, Jasmine Rice, Hops, Yeast
STYLE: Farmhouse Ale
GLASSWARE: GLB Tulip

RELEASE DATE

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Jasmine pours light straw, almost clear with pure snow cap. The long grain Jasmine rice is immediately evident with a bright floral aroma which carries through in the taste, followed by grassy notes and a subtle farmhouse funk. The finish is crisp and dry, thanks to a highly effervescent mouthfeel.

Rather than calling it an adjunct, we prefer to call the Jasmine rice an elegant addition to this refreshing saison.

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Considered an adjunct, rice is widely used in brewing, along with barley, to create a crisp and clean beer. Additionally, rice is generally less expensive, produces more sugars, and is neutral in aroma and flavour, so is favoured for mass production.

However, compared to its starchy, short-grain cousins, the use of Jasmine rice used in this modern Belgian style, is used carefully to add delicate floral aromatics and a slight sweetness.

So, judge for yourself, but in this case, rather than calling it an adjunct, we prefer to call the Jasmine rice an elegant addition to this refreshing saison.

Jasmine pours light straw, almost clear with pure snow cap. The long grain Jasmine rice is immediately evident with a bright floral aroma which carries through in the taste, followed by grassy notes and a subtle farmhouse funk. The finish is crisp and dry, thanks to a highly effervescent mouthfeel.

Rather than calling it an adjunct, we prefer to call the Jasmine rice an elegant addition to this refreshing saison.

Shrimp Pad Thai, chimichurri steak, sushi, ginger snaps, and Camembert.

Considered an adjunct, rice is widely used in brewing, along with barley, to create a crisp and clean beer. Additionally, rice is generally less expensive, produces more sugars, and is neutral in aroma and flavour, so is favoured for mass production.

However, compared to its starchy, short-grain cousins, the use of Jasmine rice used in this modern Belgian style, is used carefully to add delicate floral aromatics and a slight sweetness.

So, judge for yourself, but in this case, rather than calling it an adjunct, we prefer to call the Jasmine rice an elegant addition to this refreshing saison.

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